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dfrandin
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reply to Gordo74

Re: Which nVidia cards support 3 independent displays?

said by Gordo74:

said by rwong48:

This appears to be the case, for (most of?) the GTX 660, 670, and 680 cards. Not sure about the 650, which is what my original question was - exactly which ones?

All from the 660 upwards. I meant to put that in my original post.

I recently bought a 610 for a friend, and it has DVI, HDMI and VGA. I'm currently using it with two monitors, off the VGA and DVI ports, but I wonder if I had a third monitor that did HDMI (or an HDMI to DVI adapter) if it too, would support three monitors.. Enquiring minds....


Gordo74
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join:2003-10-28
Monroeville, PA

said by dfrandin:

said by Gordo74:

said by rwong48:

This appears to be the case, for (most of?) the GTX 660, 670, and 680 cards. Not sure about the 650, which is what my original question was - exactly which ones?

All from the 660 upwards. I meant to put that in my original post.

I recently bought a 610 for a friend, and it has DVI, HDMI and VGA. I'm currently using it with two monitors, off the VGA and DVI ports, but I wonder if I had a third monitor that did HDMI (or an HDMI to DVI adapter) if it too, would support three monitors.. Enquiring minds....

I do not believe so. I believe it has to be 660 or upwards.